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so much. of all people in poll sicks, you're the -- politics, you're the one i admire the most. your courage amazing, and you have joy. >> thank you. >> i have a question, after the mccain-obama election, in one of the articles he said that if we monitor a third world country and 10-point spread between exit polls and election results, you would be sure there's fraud, and apparently, that was the fact, but now i read because of the amazing expense that all the major news outlets are no longer doing exit polls. >> oh, well, i'm disappointed because they've been so accurate in the past. [laughter] the one thing that finally -- it finally occurredded to me, and you may have seen my making this point the other night. polls have often been wrong. they've never been wrong in our direction. never. never. i mean, you have the bradley effect from here in los angeles when tom, long time mayor of los angeles was running for re-election. he was way out ahead of the polls, got those truman duey headlines the next say saying he won the election based on polls and early returns, and it turnedded ou
the republican base. in the second game changing moment came along and president obama decided to nap through his first debate in denver. after that event the democrats saw a similar drop in the polls. they saw across the board, not just president obama but also senate candidates, house candidates. their numbers dropped, sort of a heart sickening fad for both sides. so a late moment, some kind of game changing moment like that can have a serious impact. still however because we had two of them right back to back, i think this will even out in the end, but romney was at its lowest moment after that 47% videogame out. and obama was at his lowest moment after that debate in denver. >> host: what about the storm? this is the "washington times" from yesterday. game changers, five things to watch in the last week of his presidential campaign, and they put sandy s. number one. >> guest: i think that's a good point. i think there is a big risk when any kind of storm brews, and almost anywhere in the country. american history is replete with mayors and governors who handle snowstorms badly and losing reel
. after the mccain/obama election that if we were monitoring a third-world country and there was the ten point spread between exit polls and election results we would be sure there was fraud and apparently that was the task. now i have just read that amazing expense of major news outlets. >> i am so disappointed. the one saying that finally occurred to me, you may have seen me making this point the other night, polls have often been wrong. they have never been wrong in our direction. in los angeles, the mayor of los angeles was running for reelection, he was way ahead of the polls and got those lines, bradley had won the election based on early returns and it turned out he had lost. the same happened in every game yet and new york and the action results on election day and pollsters came back and said they have a good excuse. people are lying to us because they don't want to tell us they are not voting for the black man. if there's ever an election where it is operating this would be. i was on the dennis miller show yesterday and someone from michigan said he brought home a romney yard s
] >> thank you. >> after the obama election in one of your articles you said that if we were monitoring a third world country and there is a 10-point spread between exit polls and the election results we would be sure that there was fraud and apparently that was attacked but now i just read that because of the amazing expense that all the major news outlets are no longer doing -- [inaudible] >> well, i'm so disappointed because they have been so accurate in the past. i mean the one thing, it finally occurred to me. i was making this point on hannity the other night. polls have often been wrong and they have never been wrong in our direction, never. i mean you have the bradley effect from here in los angeles when tom bradley one time mayor of los angeles was running for re-election. he was way out ahead of the polls. he had truman dewey pen lines the next they were it said bradley had won the election based on the polls and the early returns and then it turned out no, he had lost. the same thing happened to doug wilder of virginia, david dinkins in new york and even when they won they pu
that left them a long time ago. i don't like to say i told you so. but there was a poll last week that showed the president is competitive with the class if you take this out all of the equation which is the difficult thing to do that if you take out southerners, president obama is leading mitt romney in the midwest. thank you come although restructuring probably come and he is basically tied in the northeast and the west. thank you, paul ryan. i saw the poll that showed that he's gone from being 20 points ahead with the voters over 60 to being four points ahead in just a couple of months. so they have managed to even turn off and alienate the core of the base. so i feel like it really does create a new opportunity for liberals to be the people that we're talking about an inclusive america that works for all of us including white working class people to put the government back on the side of creating a middle class to recognize what the government did and to be the ones that are the people who believe in american exceptional some frankly and that we could have a just and prosperou
to get things done. you know, elections have consequences. 60% of hoosiers polled reject president obama, and mr. donnelly supports him. we have two-thirds of hoosier who say we're on the wrong track. mr. donnelly wants that to continue for another four years. we have overwhelming, overwhelming numbering showing hoosiers disagree with obama care, and even after he said he was not going to support it, he caved in, fell to partisanship, and he did. that's not good. you know, i've been attacked on two fronts. number one, yes, because i stand up for principles. those two, specifically, standing up for the rule of law, oath of office, respect for pensioners, retired teachers, and cops. i stand for the principles. sadly, if mr. donnelly stood for his, we couldn't have obamacare today. it wouldn't be an issue. he says he's dick lugar like. you know, senator lugar and i were rivals, to have the privilege to stands at the pod -- podium, by we stand united here. harry reid can want continue will be the majority leer. still, mr. donnelly still can't say if he will support hymn. if you don't know wh
for the liberals to step up to the plate here. i hear this thing about, oh, wait until obama's relegislated, he'll stop laughing any time anybody mentions this, the idea of legalization. it's not just a libertarian fancy. in opinion polls and in the voting in referendum in all of the states that it's come up in, it's more popular than gay marriage, more popular than a lot of stuff that moved into the consensus of acceptable discussion. it's only in official in washington that this has not been, you know, accepted, and, by the way, i hate to pick the liberals down one more time, but i have never, in my life, heard legalization of drugs talk about in a presidential debate until the first republican primary debit, end of last year or this year, and they got a big round of applause. they did not get through it off the stage. they got laughed at by mitt romney and the rest of them, but you take out the little, what we call in marxist theory, the super structure of the party apparatus, and everybody takes it seriously. maybe the guys will contradict me. >> i prefer taxes on consumption opposed to an
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